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Talbots

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Good morning all

 

Recently I’ve bought a Stepway 0.9 TCe Summit 2017.

 

can anyone tell me how to identify which Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is fitted to my car.

 

I’ve found the section in the handbook  that tells you about system A & B but how do you know which one you have?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

David



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Did you find out?

The only way I found out was by sitting behind the wheel and reading the handbook.



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roycedakin

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Good morning all

Recently I’ve bought a Stepway 0.9 TCe Summit 2017.

can anyone tell me how to identify which Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is fitted to my car.

I’ve found the section in the handbook that tells you about system A & B but how do you know which one you have?

Thanks in advance.

David

I have a 2018 summit the tps system on mine is on the abs system which is great as my spare winter wheels can be used without any arsing about.

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The two systems are direct where the valve has the pressure sensor built into the it's base and the the other is indirect where the abs system compares the rotation speed of each wheel. I do not have TPMS fitted but are there markings around the valve stem by the valve cap to signify it is a TPMS assembly for the direct sense system or is the assembly retained by a clamp nut or similar. Must admit although not as accurate I would prefer the indirect system.






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